Carol Cambridge

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Project Description

Carol Cambridge

Carol masterfully facilitates and delivers information

Known for her customization, compelling storytelling and ability to engage the audience, Carol masterfully facilitates and delivers information in a way that people find intriguing!

Carol wants to demystify the misconceptions around workplace violence and fear!

With The Stay Safe Project Carol is declaring a new paradigm! She wants people to move away from Fear Based Thinking, which is limiting, paralyzing and just plain negative! Instead Carol is leading the way for clients to EMPOWER their employees with knowledge, skill, strength and understanding!

Carol Cambridge (formerly Fredrickson) is a recognized authority on workplace violence. She is the founder of The Stay Safe Project & Violence Free. Both organizations are dedicated to keeping employees and workplaces safe.

Carol’s career began as a communications specialist in emergency services and disaster preparedness with a Canadian Law Enforcement Agency. In a high stress environment where a bad decision could result in lives lost, Carol received a Police Chief Commendation for saving the life of a police officer!

Today, 25 years later, Carol has taught over 150,000 people how to make smart decisions. She masterfully delivers in a way, which engages her audiences. Through years of studying adult learning, she is able to reach any audience.

Featured Topics

Staying Safe and Secure at Work

Red Flags, Warning Signs & What Puts You at Risk

Live Active Shooter for Conferences

Testimonial

Carol and her team have provided us with the education, tools and training we need to have a workforce that is observant and action-oriented when it comes to preventing potential situations. Her leadership and guidance while taking our group through simulated scenarios, is extremely beneficial when considering the possibility of what can happen in our line of work. Through preparation and identification of warning signs, we are now better prepared to prohibit these situations from becoming reality.

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